Originally Posted by Angela
Well, here's the scoop from one lady, such as I am: the program sounds (feels) to me to be very yang energy, much like Steve's book. Because of what has been described of the event so far, it doesn't call to me despite the absurdly low price and the value I know you guys will impart.
Do you know what I mean? It's kind of the engineery -TLP-y- auditory digital - ness I'm getting; to put it more simply, it feels more Steve than Erin. I love what Steve has to offer, but I'd be more likely to spend time, money and effort if there was more Erin. I don't mean literally more Erin; I mean more Erinocity.
I hope that's useful feedback.
Hmmmm... yes and no.
I would expect my workshop to be more yang than yin, so if you prefer a very relaxed yin style, this may not be your thing. I can't do the Eckhart Tolle style -- bores me to tears.
Ideally I'd like Erin and me to do two workshops back to back in the future, so people can register for either one or both depending on their prefs.
On the other hand, one of the problems I had with the presentation you saw at ICDI is that 90 minutes really wasn't enough time to cover all 7 principles in enough depth. I made that presentation way too dense. I lightened it a little for Tampa, but it was still too dense. After that I realized that a 90-minute presentation just isn't the right medium for covering these topics. In 90 minutes we can only scratch the surface.
This is why I'm doing things differently for the workshop. I'm devoting all of Day 1 to the 7 principles, which gives us much more time to learn, explore, and experience them. That means we can go at a more reasonable pacing and take time for more stories, exercises, and fun.